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  • First roll with Horizon Perfekt

    shared by wesco on 2014-01-31

    Home developed in Kodak X-tol

  • Memories

    shared by peacocksky on 2012-10-11

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  • #18206587

    shared by dave9000 on 2013-04-18

    first film with my new Horizon Perfekt

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  • First DiaNa

    shared by phaliyp on 2009-09-21

    First DiaNa

  • Ilford Pan 400 expired 2008

    shared by emkei on 2013-01-18

  • #17537789

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-12-06

    Shot with a Tunnnelvision Lens

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  • #17542655

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-12-07

    Shot with a tripod

  • #17532334

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-12-05

    Shot with a Tunnnelvision Lens and a splitzer.

  • #17532329

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-12-05

    Shot with a Tunnnelvision Lens

  • #17425952

    shared by atomic_kh on 2012-11-16

  • #16910170

    shared by ccwu on 2012-08-31

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  • #16835363

    shared by vicuna on 2012-08-22

    Nice citywalk with @lonur @wil6ka and @katoun. Thanks Ramiro for the great day together!

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  • #13218930

    shared by -walsh- on 2011-05-03

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  • #169683

    shared by -a-l-b-e-r-t-o- on 2009-01-30

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  • #159315

    shared by graefin on 2009-01-26

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  • #15927984

    shared by fotoglove on 2012-04-27

  • dançando nas montanhas. dancing in the mountains.

    shared by fabioduarte77 on 2011-09-12

    contato improvisação na natureza. contact improvisation in nature.

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  • Last day...

    shared by vicuna on 2012-03-10

  • #16791017

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

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  • #16790725

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

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  • #16790236

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

  • #16790224

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

  • #16790234

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

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  • #16790228

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

  • #16790230

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

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  • #16790245

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

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  • #16790232

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

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  • #16790241

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

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  • #16790238

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

  • #16790246

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

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  • #16790150

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

  • #16790243

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

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  • #16790247

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

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  • #16790227

    shared by oneira1927 on 2012-08-15

    I spent 5 days on the beach with my best friend this Summer...We would get up super early every morning and sit by the ocean in our nightgowns and drink our morning coffee. She would bring her journal and I would bring my camera.

  • #16393884

    shared by lakandula on 2012-06-25

    Combined lights, signs, the vintage and the modern into colorful fusion. I'm loving this experimental spirit with multiples that I'm presently in.

  • #16670378

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-31

    French model, actress and animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot believes that a photograph can be an instant of life captured for eternity that never will cease looking back at you. But being an iconic beauty and one of the famous sex symbols of the 60s constantly pursued by paparazzi, she regretted all the fame: "I have no private life at all. I am a hunted woman. I can't take a step without being questioned and surrounded. Fame had brought me so much unhappiness."

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  • #16670383

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-31

    French model, actress and animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot believes that a photograph can be an instant of life captured for eternity that never will cease looking back at you. But being an iconic beauty and one of the famous sex symbols of the 60s constantly pursued by paparazzi, she regretted all the fame: "I have no private life at all. I am a hunted woman. I can't take a step without being questioned and surrounded. Fame had brought me so much unhappiness."

  • #16670367

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-31

    French model, actress and animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot believes that a photograph can be an instant of life captured for eternity that never will cease looking back at you. But being an iconic beauty and one of the famous sex symbols of the 60s constantly pursued by paparazzi, she regretted all the fame: "I have no private life at all. I am a hunted woman. I can't take a step without being questioned and surrounded. Fame had brought me so much unhappiness."

  • #16670359

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-31

    French model, actress and animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot believes that a photograph can be an instant of life captured for eternity that never will cease looking back at you. But being an iconic beauty and one of the famous sex symbols of the 60s constantly pursued by paparazzi, she regretted all the fame: "I have no private life at all. I am a hunted woman. I can't take a step without being questioned and surrounded. Fame had brought me so much unhappiness."

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  • #16576555

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

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  • #16576530

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

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  • #16576585

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

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  • #16576582

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

  • #16576616

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

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  • #16576622

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

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  • #16576629

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

  • #16576556

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

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  • #16576502

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

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  • #16576541

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

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  • #16576592

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-19

    Long before Bruce Lee, Lucy Liu and other Americans with Asian ancestry penetrated the Hollywood, there was Anna May Wong of the silent film era - the first Asian American movie star! Principally remembered for her portrayals of the stereotypical dragon lady or the demure butterfly, her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, radio and fashion in America and Europe. During World War II she supported the Chinese cause against the Japanese invasion. She died in 1961 at age 56. As a tribute I created these triples on old images of Ms. Wong juxtaposed with Chinese calligraphy and a subtle final layer of street vignettes. Used my reliable SLR with a modified supersampler. First of two volumes.

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